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The professional esports league NBA 2K League announced Tuesday that Tencent Holdings Ltd. will become its first distribution partner in China and will stream the league’s 2019 playoffs including its finals.
A recent Law360 guest article suggests that the Federal Trade Commission's use of purportedly few trial exhibits in FTC v. Qualcomm demonstrates that discovery was not proportional to the needs of the case, but in actuality there is little to be gleaned from the number of trial exhibits, say attorneys at Hausfeld.
Sen. Joe Manchin, D-W.Va., urged Federal Communications Commission Chairman Ajit Pai to address what he says is incorrect broadband coverage in his state and to develop a public feedback system that would better assess coverage in rural states.
A French trade credit insurance company has urged a Florida federal court to pause a mobile phone distributor's lawsuit to determine the proper seat for an arbitration relating to a $25 million coverage dispute, calling the case "an example of forum shopping gone awry."
Comcast, AT&T and others are asking a New York federal judge to clamp down on which lawyers can get their confidential information as Sprint and T-Mobile try to fend off a state suit to block the planned $56 billion merger of the mobile service providers.